Alexia House Cut Fries with Sea Salt Review

Alexia House Cut Fries with Sea Salt

In spite of their name, there is a lot of debate over where the French fry originated. Most experts trace the fry to Belgium, where fried potatoes were served in the winter as a substitute for fish. Personally, we wouldn’t really recommend eating fries as a protein substitute, but the Alexia House Cut Fries with Sea Salt are a pretty good side dish nonetheless.

These fries are easy to cook, but we couldn’t resist checking on them a few times before we finally felt like we could take them out of the oven. Even though we heated our fries for slightly longer than the recommended cook time — about twenty minutes — they didn’t turn out all that crispy. Some of our fries browned nicely around the edges, but if you’re hoping for an ultra-crunchy fry, you’ll want to look elsewhere. That said, these fries aren’t overly soft or soggy; we actually thought the texture was pretty appealing.

Alexia House Cut Fries with Sea Salt

As you can see in the picture above, these fries are on the thinner side. They taste like they’re made with real potatoes, but they look like the kinds of fries you’d see at a fast-food restaurant. We suspect that they’d have a more authentic fast-food taste if you chose to cook them in an air fryer rather than your oven. As is, they definitely taste like oven fries.

These are very basic French fries. The ingredient list is essentially potatoes, vegetable oil, and sea salt. Because of this, they’re a little on the bland side. If you try to eat these without a dipping sauce or some extra seasoning, you’ll probably be pretty bored. Thankfully, we always have a few sauces in the Freezer Meal Frenzy fridge. We chose to pair our fries with barbecue sauce, but they’d be great with your standard ketchup or even a cajun seasoning.

Alexia House Cut Fries with Sea Salt are perfect if you’re looking for a plain french fry that you can customize. If you want something that tastes amazing straight out of the bag, however, we’d suggest going with a seasoned fry. Even though these might not be the most exciting fries in the world, we’d still recommend them.

To learn more about the nutrition content, ingredients, or cooking instructions for these Alexia fries, check out our package scans below.

Alexia House Cut Fries with Sea Salt
Alexia House Cut Fries with Sea Salt
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